222 Hours Taught

Background Checked

Face to Face or online

Fast Response Time

Book Chrysanthos

Chrysanthos Tutoring Profile

Economics PhD student with a Cambridge MPhil and Warwick MSc + BSc, and 3-years teaching experience.


Chrysanthos, a current PhD student in Economics at the University of Nottingham, holds an MPhil from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Behavioral and Economic Science, along with a BSc, from the University of Warwick. He has been teaching undergraduate students at the economics department at the University of Nottingham for three years. Proficient in Stata and RStudio, Chrysanthos excels in imparting knowledge in microeconomics, quantitative economics, and econometric theory. Specialising in applied econometrics and statistics, Chrysanthos is well-versed in diverse methodologies, including but not limited to machine learning and Bayesian econometrics. His research focuses on welfare analysis, covering instrumental variables, time series analysis, and discrete response models.. Chrysanthos has also attended multiple Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) workshops by the Economics Network in the UK, which are fully aligned to the UK Professional Standards Framework.


University of Cambridge

University of Nottingham

University of Warwick


Experience in the teaching of microeconomics, quantitative economics and quantitative methods, econometric theory, and applied econometrics to undergraduate students at the economics department of the University of Nottingham over the course of three years. I have taught both seminars and computer labs which involve the Stata Statistics Software. Further experience in RStudio through research activities. Additional experience in the marking of assignments and examinations for the economics department. In relation to university-level teaching, I attended two Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) workshops by The Economics Network in the UK. These events are aimed at developing core teaching practice for those who teach as part of their PhDs. The workshops cover relevant aspects of classroom practice in economics such as marking and feedback and incentivising active learning. These workshops are fully aligned to the UK Professional Standards Framework.*


  • PhD in Economics, University of Nottingham, 2018-Present.
  • MPhil in Economic Research, University of Cambridge, 2017-2018.
  • MSc in Behavioral and Economic Science, University of Warwick, 2016-2017.
  • BSc in Economics, University of Warwick, 2013-2016